Discover the best top things to do in Kawit, Philippines including Aguinaldo Shrine, SM City Bacoor, Solaire Resort and Casino, Saint Joseph Church, Mall of Asia Arena, The District - Imus, Commercenter Cinemas, Water Camp Resort, Flow House Manila, Redemptorist Church - National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help.
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4.5 based on 45 reviews
Dubbed as the House of History, the Aguinaldo Mansion is the locus of a focal point in the unfolding of Philippine history. Constructed in 1845, the original structure of the house was of nipa-and-thatch material. It was reconstructed four years later using a variety of Philippine hardwood. By the 1920s, major renovation saw the construction of the tower and the symbolic balcony of the house. It was also during this period that the house was refurbished with architectural details of nationalistic themes, masonic symbols, and art nouveau and art deco’s artistic style prevalent during the early 20th century. The house where the president lived was donated to the Filipino people in 1963, a year before he passed away. In 1964, the house was placed under the care of the National Museum of the Philippines and was declared a national shrine through Republic Act No 4039. By 1972, Executive Order No 370 transferred the shrine under the care and maintenance of the National Historical Commission
This is a good musuem for history lovers. It is the only attraction in this town. It provides a good insight into the social and land ownership in the area and the role the town played in the struggle for independence
No admission fee but gratuity is encouraged. You can pass by this shrine in the way to Tagaytay
3.5 based on 38 reviews
As most places go this is poor in comparison with other SM in manila area, the actual sm supermarket was badly run with no organisation at the cash register all the basket register were closed so we had to stand in queue behind huge shopping trolleys full of food, while we only had a few items
4.5 based on 247 reviews
Solaire Resort & Casino a premier integrated destination resort on an 8.3-hectare site in Manila, Philippines. With a spectacular view of the famed Manila bay sunset, Solaire is the first premier integrated resort among the four players in the 120-hectare Entertainment City - known as the country’s rising new tourism hotspot primed to rival the success of integrated resorts in Macau, Singapore and Las Vegas. Philippine-based Solaire Resort and Casino currently operates two distinctive towers, the Bay Tower and the Sky Tower with 800 opulent rooms, suites and bay side villas. Solaire Resort and Casino the first premier integrated destination resort to open in the Entertainment City with luxurious facilities and personalized services. Solaire has 15 extensive dining options, bars, lounges and entertainment venues. A total of 18,500 square meters of impressive gaming facilities. 1,760 seat State-of the art lyric theatre. Other facilities are an outdoor swimming pool with Cabanas and Jacuzzi, Spa and fitness center. The Sky Range Shooting Club an indoor shooting range for gun enthusiasts and shooting aficionados. Solaire houses more than 40 luxury brand retail shops with a total of 5,000 square meters space, 2,920 square meters meeting facilities, a grand ballroom, along with full banquet and catering facilities. Solaire has been master planned and conceptually designed by distinguished world-renowned architect and designer Paul Steelman of Steelman Partners, based in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is strategically situated minutes away from the international and domestic airports with the opening of the new NAIA Expressway; SM Mall of Asia Complex which houses the biggest mall, concert arena and convention center in the Philippines; leisure and business hubs such as the Makati and Bonifacio Global City; and key historical and cultural landmarks particularly Rizal Park and Intramuros, relic of the old walled city in Manila during the Spanish era.
One of several new and large Casino properties built on reclaimed land right on the shore, ample of size and magnitude rivaling Las Vegas, Solaire has all the makings of a small town that could provide everything anyone needs for a tropical vacation. If you happen to be in town, you must go, visit and play.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Better be prepared for traffic coming into this place, it gets horrendous since this is also situated near a Catholic School(St. Joseph's Academy).. Parking can be limited at times since school service use the same parking lots for church visitors.
Church offers very solemn atmosphere despite being in a major thoroughfare and magic starts when the Old Bamboo Organ starts playing if by chance it does. one words Best describe this: MAGNIFICENT.. !!
4 based on 651 reviews
The Mall of Asia Arena is comvemtiemnctly located right next to the Mall of Asia complex. There is able parking which is or should be a concern for large events.
The sound system we experienced was excellent and there was plenty of room to walk around the numerous exhibits.
4 based on 6 reviews
One of the few first malls in imus. While many mall have already surfaced in Imus, this remains to be one of the best designed and nature oriented malls. This is a typical Ayala Mall in Imus and nearing the boundary of Dasmarinas Cavite.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
I feel safe here, I do not go to cinemas long time already since we were given a welcome accommodation with a plus by my relative living close for about 5-minute ride from Pilar Village to Alabang towncenter then i do not say no. but thank you very much.
The movie was nice and the popcorn was tasty so all together that was a nice welcome for us.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Water Camp Resort is a premiere resort and water park in Kawit, Cavite that offers fun, leisure and excitement.
Definitely, we will visit this resort again! Lifeguards are very attentive. Clean shower and rest rooms. ( door locks pls for repairs :) the rest 2 thumbs up!
4 based on 7 reviews
Its name is Flow House Manila, but it is actually in Cavite. The place is very accessible as it is along the main road. Some areas of the venue is still unfinished particularly the Seasons mall. The flow rider is worth the try specially if you have not yet experienced Surfing.
4 based on 109 reviews
3 pm on a regular Wednesday. At first I didn't even know there was a church here but then I saw people streaming towards it, so I followed. Many people were extending their arms to touch one of the numerous Madonna statues around the premises and there was a service in progress. The floor area of this church is probably comparable to Cologne Cathedral, i.e. it is huge. The floor was packed; people were standing outside the entrances listening to the service.
I've been to Cologne Cathedral, Notre Dame, etc etc, but they didn't prepare me for this, because they were all empty !
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